Venerated by the workers, no doubt as founder of the institution of the Tomb. the deified king Amunhotep I is, in turn, a god and a kind of holy patron. Son of Queen Ahemes-Nefertari and King Amophis, one does not know where his tomb was, but his million-year-old temple was separate from this.
They are dedicated to him as well as a party important enough to name the month during which it happens. The statue of Amunhotep, carried in procession throughout the necropolis, produces oracles.
She is the lady of the Theban necropolis, the goddess of the highest top that dominates the mountain massif. Its notoriety far surpasses the local plan, but within these limits it is highly revered, particularly by the tomb workers.
Meretseger has chapels in his town, even in homes, as well as a small rock-hewn temple near the Valley of the Queens where it is associated with Ptah. Protect the dead and can punish the wicked.
Most often represented as a snake, sometimes with a human head, she may also be a snake-headed woman.
Isis is the most popular of all Egyptian goddesses, the model of wives and mothers, the protector of invincible magic.
After Osiris' death, she gathers the pieces of his spoils, turns into a kite to mourn him, endeavors to revive him, and conceives of him a son, Horus. He wears a seat with a backrest that is the hieroglyph of his name.
Imoteph: It is well known that this deity was actually a man: a great sage who mysteriously appeared in the reign of Pharaoh Djozer.
Thanks to him, remarkable advances have been made in the field of architecture and especially in the medical sciences, to the point that the Greeks themselves later revered him under the name of AMSLAPIUS, the father of medicine. In archaic Egyptian means "he who came in peace".
Find your tomb - if it exists! - is the golden dream of all Egyptologists. Ancient traditions say that that god, after fulfilling his mission on earth, returned to the company of the gods.
Nut: The goddess who represented the sky was significantly invoked as "The Mother of Gods." She was represented by a beautiful woman, with the sun disk rimmed around her head.
In the tomb of TUTANCAMON was found next to his mummy a breastplate in which the protection of this goddess was invoked: "Nourish my divine mother, spread your wings over me while the undying stars shine in the skies"
Bast or Bastet
The weird cat-faced woman-goddess. According to tradition she was the embodiment of the soul of ISIS and protector of its magic. Bastet was the goddess of war, had a deep relationship with the goddess Mut and Sekhmet.
She was represented as a cat-headed or lioness-headed woman. Cats in ancient Egypt had a very important meaning, being worshiped as gods, and the goddess Bastet is a show of this fascination that cats exercised in the peoples of Ancient Egypt.